I have some sort of lesion on both sides of my inner labia minora. It started as one or two very tiny bumps resembling little water bumps so i figured it was due to heat. Then more little water bumps appeared. All activity then stopped for a couple months and then re-started, the little bumps then turned into ragged, serrated looking lesions (imagine taking soft tissue and gently use a razor to continuously slice through it in different directions), some of which appears whitish in color.
I asked my doctors about it and they both told me i looked healthy and normal. I did my regular(general) tests at the GYN and everything was ok. What could this possibly be??
Please help (really worried)
I have a similar thing - I went to get it checked out and they just said "that's normal" and that it was sometimes more prominent on certain people. My worry is that I think I have a cyst, I could feel a lump that I can move around inside my labia majora on the same side that these things have developed... The little bumps on my labia minora seem to have grown in such a way that they have sealed an area so the labia minora is now kind of stuck down - if that makes any sense? So I was wondering if they caused the cyst. And if so, would I need to get them removed, and could I?
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